GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Seeking to break the franchise record for wins in a season, the Raptors stumbled on Wednesday and fell to the Grand Junction Rockies 5-4 at Sam Suplizio Field.
Down 4-1 after six innings, Ogden rallied for single runs in the seven, eighth and ninth innings but could not scratch across the tying run.
Outfielder Malcolm Holland stole two bases for the Raptors, breaking the franchise's single-season record with 44 thefts.
Rockies pitcher Johendi Jiminan (2-4) pitched a scoreless inning of relief to earn the victory.
Ogden starter Miguel Sulbaran (0-1) allowed three runs on five hits over five innings and was tagged with the loss.
Left fielder Devin Shines hit a solo home run in the top of the ninth to cut Grand Junction's lead to 5-4, but Ogden could get no closer.
Shines and shortstop Corey Seager each hit home runs for the Raptors.
First baseman Tae-Hyeok Nam went 3-for-4 with a run scored, but as a team Ogden was just 1-for-7 with runners in scoring position. Shortstop Jason Stolz homered for the Rockies and right fielder Carl Thomore had three hits.
Ogden rode a four-game winning streak into Wednesday's game and had taken 11 of its last 13 contests.
The playoff-bound Raptors have plenty to play for down the stretch, not the least of which is the franchise mark for wins: 45.
Ogden will get another shot at the record tonight when they face the Rockies again.
The Raptors open the playoffs on the road Friday, then return home for a game Saturday and, if necessary, Sunday afternoon.